Chester Cathedral, Cheshire in England

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After traveling to 2,000 years ago, we stopped for lunch (yes, fish and chips) and then across the street and back in time, to the year 660 AD, to visit the Chester CathedralDSC_0075 copy DSC_0078 copy DSC_0079 copy DSC_0076 copyChester Cathedral.

DSC_0081 copy DSC_0082 copyWalking around was amazing.

DSC_0085 copyThe stained windows.  DSC_0088 copyThe walls.  The floors.  The stones. DSC_0095 copyThe glass.  DSC_0096 copyThe wood.  DSC_0100 copy DSC_0097 copySo beautiful. DSC_0103 copy DSC_0104 copy DSC_0101 copy DSC_0102 copy DSC_0107 copy DSC_0110 copy DSC_0111 copy DSC_0112 copy DSC_0113 copy DSC_0105 copyThe marble.  DSC_0116 copy DSC_0117 copyThe mosaic.  DSC_0119 copy DSC_0122 copyThe space.  DSC_0129 copyStained glass windows from 1992.  You can see their much modern design.  but still, amazing work.DSC_0139 copy DSC_0131 copy DSC_0143 copy DSC_0146 copy DSC_0144 copy DSC_0136 copy DSC_0153 copySaint Mark Evangelist.  Saint Catherine of Siena. DSC_0154 copySaint Monica.  DSC_0147 copy DSC_0148 copy DSC_0152 copy DSC_0086 copy

A beautiful place indeed.

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One thought on “Chester Cathedral, Cheshire in England

  1. Dominic Strange October 24, 2014 / 5:39 am

    Love the pictures, did you get a chance to see the late 14th century misericords in the Choir? Always difficult to get pictures, as the space between the isn’t large, and digital hasn’t helped unless you an SLR with a full size CCD.

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